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A study of the head of a Scottish deerhound by Sir Edwin Landseer

A study of the head of Hafed, a Scottish deerhound belonging to Queen Victoria, the dog expressively rendered with the tongue held between his slightly protruding teeth, a thick collar with a ring about his neck.

English, pencil and black chalk, 1847, by Landseer

Height (with frame): 59cm
Width (with frame): 71cm

Price: £2450

Sir Edwin Landseer, the foremost animal painter of his day, executed a number of commissions for the Royal Family, including the famous ‘The Royal Pets’.

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